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Hall Ranch in Wyoming Rock River, Wyoming | County: Albany | Acres: 21,300
The Hall Ranch is located in Albany County, Wyoming about 45 miles north of Laramie. The ranch consists of 21,300+/- acres with over 17,000 acres deeded. Highlighted by over 15 miles of Rock Creek traversing through the ranch, there are over 2200-acre of irrigated and sub-irrigated creek bottomlands with good water rights. The Hall Ranch has been owned by the same family for nearly 70 years and well developed with fences, pastures and hayfields. The property is a fine working ranch with added benefit of mule deer and antelope hunting opportunity.
Rocker A Arena in Wyoming Laramie, Wyoming | County: Albany | Acres: 44
The Rocker A Arena is an ideal equestrian 44-acre operation capable of housing your own equestrian operation from cutting, reining and roping to dressage and show jumping. The property would also work well for a training/boarding facility and/or in conjunction with the student population at the University of Wyoming or simply as a large storage structure. The beautiful home and detached shop/garage offer all the support facilities that are needed for the operation. The grazing land is fenced to turn horses out into. There are very few indoor arenas in the area and having an indoor arena in this climate makes this a coveted facility.
VEO Irrigated Farm and Ranch in Wyoming Powell, Wyoming | County: Park | Acres: 980
VEO Irrigated Farm and Ranch is a high quality irrigated operation with excellent location in northwestern Wyoming near Cody, Wyoming featuring irrigated land and custom owners home along with a state grazing lease and agricultural improvements. This property consists of 980+/- acres (640 state grazing permit), excellent improvements and great hunting opportunities, offers both lifestyle and livelihood elements. The irrigated lands are largely planted to alfalfa and the grazing lease offers good grassland backed up with functional improvements.
Woods Landing Resort in Wyoming Jelm, Wyoming | County: Albany | Acres: 54
The Woods Landing Resort is a historic retreat located at the base of the Medicine Bow Mountains, approximately 27 miles southwest of Laramie, Wyoming. The Laramie River courses through the 54.20 acres for over ¼ mile, with additional river access nearby offering miles of great fly fishing right out the door. This is an exceptional opportunity with the large acreage and river access. Lodging at the Woods Landing Resort includes a newer 3,500 square foot home, the fully furnished three-bedroom river guest house, a new luxury log cabin duplex, six rustic log cabins and 10 RV spaces. Full service restaurant, bar and dance hall, as well as a general store, and the Jelm, Wyoming post office.
Wyoming Sundance Ranch - SOLD Sundance, Wyoming | County: Crook | Acres: 16,750
Located in north eastern Wyoming under the shadow of Inyan Kara Mountain and adjacent to the Black Hills National Forest, Sundance Ranch offers a substantial holding in one of Wyomings most attractive locations. The property, consisting of roughly 16,750 acres with 9,754 deeded, offers a commercial scale ranching operation that will provide positive cash flow from operations. The ranch is operated by bringing in pasture cattle on a rental basis. The ranch benefits from a variety of income sources from pasture lease income, farmland crop share income and hunting fees. Historically, the ranch operated as a 500 animal unit operation. The ranch is a haven for wildlife with elk, deer (mule and whitetail), antelope, wild turkeys, grouse and others in addition to trout fishing on Inyan Kara Creek. This property has been owned by the same family since 1907 where the Smith family cared for and added to the holding over five generations. The area is highly sought after and filled with rich history including Indians, U.S. Calvary, frontiersmen, pioneer settlers, outlaws, cowboys and modern ranching operations. These and other factors make Sundance Ranch a high quality ranch holding.
Z Lazy 3 Irrigated Farm in Wyoming Powell, Wyoming | County: Park | Acres: 122
Near Cody, Wyoming and nestled in the heart of the Big Horn Basin and located just north of Heart Mountain, the Z Lazy 3 Ranch is comprised of 122+/- productive acres with a newly remodeled ranch style home. This diversified operation can be utilized as irrigated hay farm or a livestock operation with an intensive grazing system, or a combination of both. A newly remodeled three-bedroom home completes this outstanding farm property.
61 Bar Ranch in Wyoming Rawlins, Wyoming | County: Carbon | Acres: 96,447
The 61 Ranch features 96,447 acres in one contiguous block of land situated in the Haystack Mountain Range and along the North Platte River. The ranch offers over five miles of North Platte River frontage, which is a source for irrigation and blue-ribbon fishing; an established cow/calf operation; opportunities to hunt deer, elk, and antelope. This diversified ranch consists of 29,000 deeded acres, 40,960 acres of BLM, 2,960 acres State School lease, and 23,527 acres private lease. Improvements include an excellent calving/vet barn, feedlot, working corrals, three homes and several support buildings. While currently leased at a very attractive rate to a solid tenant, the Continental Divide Ranch offers a low overhead ranch with a year-round grazing permit and solid improvements.
Chalk Road Ranch in Wyoming Powell, Wyoming | County: Park | Acres: 455
Chalk Road Ranch is a premier irrigated farm and ranch located between Powell and Cody, Wyoming in a spectacular setting next to Heart Mountain featuring 455 acres with 200+/- acres under pivot and flood irrigation. This diversified operation has been set up for running livestock with pivots providing high-quality feed. Improvements include a shop with living quarters and a feedlot. There is excellent hunting with an abundance of upland game birds, deer and elk.
Diamond K Ranch - SOLD Pine Bluffs, Wyoming | County: Laramie | Acres: 1,600
Diamond K Ranch is a productive cattle and hay ranch providing good income potential. The ranch is largely drought resistant due to the irrigated production from the property. Located 35 miles east of Cheyenne in the scenic Pine Bluffs area of southeastern Wyoming, the property is seven miles south of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming. Diamond K Ranch consists of 1,600 acres including irrigated grass and hay, dryland range, pine trees and CRP cropland. The property is complete with a full set of building improvements.
Walker's 91 Ranch in Wyoming - SOLD Laramie, Wyoming | Acres: 2,154
Walker’s 91 Ranch contains 2,154 +/- acres, with approximately 800 acres are irrigated or sub-irrigated hay meadows which, in normal years, will produce about 100 tons of excellent quality hay. Approximately 950 acres are sub-irrigated pastureland. The ranch is about 1-1/2 miles long (north to south) and about 3 miles wide (east to west). The majority of the ranch is made up of rolling pasture and meadowland. In the approximate center of the ranch there is an area of about 80 acres which is quite heavily covered with Aspen trees, coniferous trees and various shrub types and interspersed with grassy areas. Numerous springs emanate form this parcel which then flow thru portions of the ranch in small streams. An ideal calving area with excellent grass pastures scattered throughout, and the river provides some outstanding fishing.
Wyoming Brush Creek Ranch - SOLD Saratoga, Wyoming | Acres: 6,039
The ranch consists of 6,039 acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated native grass pastures and hay meadows, stands of aspen trees, alpine forests, and 3-one half miles (both sides) of one of the most productive trout streams in Wyoming. There are three stocked reservoirs. Hunting for elk, deer and bear on the ranch and the adjoining National Forest is excellent. Historically the ranch has supported a cow-calf operation with a carrying capacity of 400-450 animal units. Approximately 3,434 acres are protected by a conservation easement. Improvements include a main lodge, three log guest cabins, office building, historic barn, storage shop, and various outbuildings.
Wyoming Muddy Creek Farm and Ranch - SOLD Riverton, Wyoming | County: Fremont | Acres: 2,530
The Muddy Creek Farm and Ranch is located in the Muddy Creek Valley in northern Freemont County and 25 miles northwest from Riverton, Wyoming. The area is well known as a feed production area in Wyoming due to plentiful water supplies, productive lands and mild and open winters. The Muddy Creek Farm and Ranch is a large irrigated farm operation with a secondary livestock operation comprising 2,530 acres. The principal crops grown are alfalfa hay, corn silage, malting barley and corn for grain. The farm is in an excellent state of cultivation and the improvements are exceptional. The property is well fenced and is capable of handling livestock with facilities in place for handling, feeding and watering cattle. Additionally, the area is rich in wildlife and the property is home to whitetail and mule deer, pheasants along with a plethora of other wildlife.
Lazy TS Irrigated Farm and Ranch in Wyoming Powell, Wyoming | County: Big Horn | Acres: 710
Lazy TS Ranch lies within the gateway to Yellowstone Park and is a true 710-acre working Wyoming ranch. The owner has worked diligently to obtain optimal use of this ranch by utilizing the highly productive irrigated ground for an intensive grazing system. In addition, Lazy TS provides an adequate hay base adding balance to the ranch. Whistle Creek meanders through the property, providing that unique habitat for mule and whitetail deer, antelope, waterfowl and upland game birds. A requisite set of improvements completes this ranching operation.